Posts filed under: motivation

My interest peaked in strength training the time I turned thirty.  It always seems to happen this way, doesn’t it?  You hit a milestone of thirty or forty years and you physically start feeling your age.   When I say,...
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“Until recently, I felt the only tool to combat stress was mediation.  Meditation is tough to perform, it is hard to build a routine, and it is even harder to sell to others who are badly in need of stress...
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Top Benefits of Transcendental Meditation (TM) from Research:   Reduced blood pressure Increased insulin resistance (useful for preventing diabetes) Slowing of biological aging (People who practice TM actually extend their lives!) A 48% reduction in the rates of heart attack, stroke and death...
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I want to tell you about why self-improvement has become such an important part of my life and the journey to enlightenment. Through childhood I was always a successful athlete, student and was well socialized. I could express myself to...
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